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Fleurissements by Geoffroy Mottart

Fleurissements is a temporary urban installation by the florist Geoffroy Mottart. Over the last year the historic busts in parks and public spaces across Belgium were adorned with quirky botanical beards and blossoming hairstyles. “This idea came to me because I … Continue reading

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Paperholm Keeps Growing

Paperholm began in August 2014 as a daily project by artist Charles Young (previously).  One new object is designed, made, photographed and uploaded each day.  All of the models are made using 200gsm watercolour paper and PVA glue. This method … Continue reading

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“Reframe”- Powerful Installation About the Refugee Crisis

Controversial artist Ai Weiwei recently opened his first major exhibition in Italy, titled Libero (Free), at Florence’s Palazzo Strozzi. Prior to the opening, the artist installed the work Reframe. Reframe is Ai Weiwei’s major new installation involving two of Palazzo Strozzi’s façades: twenty-two large orange … Continue reading

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600,000 Flowers Used to Create the Brussels 20th Flower Carpet

Every two years, in the month of August, the Brussels Grand-Place is adorned with its most beautiful attire and becomes a gigantic ocean of flowers. This year was even more special, as the famous carpet of flowers was designed to celebrating … Continue reading

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Ghostly 3D Paintings on Layers of Fine Netting

These ghostly portraits in three dimensions are a creation by Uttaporn Nimmalaikaew, a 33-year old Thai artist. In an 2014 interview he explained: “each process might be a little different depending on the work, but mainly it starts from a digital drawing of twisted lines in … Continue reading

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Philip Jackson Sculptures

Philip Henry Christopher Jackson CVO DL (born 18 April 1944) is an award-winning Scottish sculptor, noted for his modern style and emphasis on form. Acting as Royal Sculptor to Queen Elizabeth II, his sculptures appear in numerous UK cities, as well … Continue reading

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New Artistic Arrangements by Emily Blincoe

Previously we admired the Sugar Series where Emily Blincoe demonstrated her skill of organizing nostalgic candy in accordance to color. This other collection of photo of everyday objects methodically placed and organized in accordance to shapes, colors, and light, proves … Continue reading

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Dear World… Yours, Cambridge

At the occasion of a fundraising campaign organized by the University of Cambridge in King’s College Chapel on 17th October 2015, Artichoke invited the artist Miguel Chevalier to create a series of immersive projections to accompany the speeches of renowned … Continue reading

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Massive LED Star Lights Up Malaysia

A star has landed in Penang, Malaysia. Built from steel cables and over 500 meters of LED light, artist Jun Hao Ong‘s latest site-specific installation, The Star, traverses a four-story cement building to illuminate the 2015 Urban Xchange public art festival. … Continue reading

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“Self Organization” aka The Octopus Sculpture

“Self Organization” by Oakland artist Courtney Brown is the winner of the first place in the San Luis Obispo Museum of Art’s annual California Sculpture SLAM. Courtney fixed a sculpted bronze tentacles on a 1938 Underwood typewriter to create a monster of self organization. … Continue reading

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